Kids & Teens Summer Classes

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Classes will run for a one-week duration.
Materials are included.
HST will be added to all fees.

Every effort will be made to run programs at our facility, however some programs may be held off-site at the First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto, which is located at 175 St. Clair Avenue West (the south west side of Avenue Rd. and St. Clair). You will receive notification of this location change one week prior to the start of your program.

Our large roster of visual and performing arts programs for kids and teens are carefully chosen and designed to offer students lots of choice, while incorporating a nice balance between challenging, creative, engaging, skill-based and fun classes.

Students that choose to register for a morning and afternoon class are automatically enrolled in our lunch supervision program at no cost. Students must provide their own nut-free lunch.

Before care (8:00-9:00AM) and after care (4:00-5:30PM) is available at an additional cost.

Grades are based on the grade the student is entering in Fall 2019. Explore our Registration Policies for more information.

For full day registrations, please select both a morning and afternoon class. All registrations are processed manually.

WEEK 6: August 6-9

Drawing, Painting & Printmaking
(Grades 6-9)

with Jennifer Chin

In this mixed media class, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of drawing and painting and they will learn to incorporate these skills in an exploration of basic printmaking methods. Techniques such as line, value, shape, pattern, texture, shading, colour theory, and block and mono printing will be covered. No previous experience is necessary.

12351 – August 6-9 from 9:00AM-12:00 PM

Week Six: $235.00 + HST

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Mask Making
(Grades 3-6)

with Marcela Campos

Masks come in all forms, shapes and sizes and offer a wonderful way to explore a multitude of the artist’s tools and materials. In this fun and hands-on workshop, students will learn various ways of creating unique and one-of-a-kind masks, based on the student’s own design. Students will learn about the history of mask and will be introduced to the various kinds of masks found around the world, while designing and making their own mask creations.

12352 – August 6-9 from 9:00AM-12:00 PM

Week Six: $235.00 + HST

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Photography for Kids
(Grades 4-8)

with Jennifer Chin

In this photography class, students will discover how to gain creative control of their digital cameras to capture images that describe not only what they see, but also how they see the world around them. Students will learn to combine classical composition tools with the cameras built in functions to incorporate narrative, design and creativity into their images. Each student will end the course with a minimum of 3 printed images of their work, which will culminate in and end-of-week exhibit for family and friends.
Please note: Students are required to provide their own digital cameras and a USB storage device in which to transfer and store their work.

12353 – August 6-9 from 1:00PM-4:00 PM

Week Six: $225.00 + HST

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Comic Book Studies
(Grades 4-8)

with Sarvenaz Rayati

Students will learn to draw fun and distinctive cartoon characters and creatures. While creating a unique comic strip, each student will explore how to draw funny faces, strange aliens and hilarious animals. The class will also work on action books using animation techniques.

12354 – August 6-9 from 1:00PM-4:00 PM

Week Six: $225.00 + HST

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